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  1. 1. Jem, HC0302/ Black/ XL/ 01 pcs 2. hijackng, HC0302/ Black/ L/ 01 pc 3. new_new, HC0302/ Black/ XL/ 01 pcs 4.Allantang, HC0315 / forest green / L /01 pc 5.Allantang.HC0306 / maroon / 01 / L / 01 pc 6.holachantus.HC0302/black/M/01 pc 7. binosage, HC0300/ white/ L/ 01 pc 8. 9. 10. Thanks!
  2. Have been a bit quiet lately due to personal matters. I'm still around lurking though! :S

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    2. mitlancer

      mitlancer

      take care bro!!!!!

    3. pokmingsheng

      pokmingsheng

      any updates on ur tank?

    4. TayHongSiang

      TayHongSiang

      see when u free, we can catch up to look at sps...there's always a solution to our problems...dun worry so much

  3. Hi bro, great looking tank! Peace is right about the clams being deprived of light. We have the same tank and LED fixture, and I place my clam about 1/3 from the bottom and even so, it could do with more light. Do stock up slowly to prolong your tank set-up pleasure, and to let the system mature.
  4. Haha bro, don't beat yourself up over the replaced red tube la. The colours from your latest FTS is just as attractive, and I'm sure it looks more natural up close as well (although the yummy red saturation looks good in photos) Looks like money well spent
  5. Hi bro, open brain, or trachyphyllia, is relatively easy to keep and not very light demanding. They can be put on the sand bed or even partially shaded areas with low to moderate flow. The one time I had an open brain die, it was exposed to direct blasting from the wavemaker on top of my cleaner shrimps digging it open for digested food In addition to good water parameters, feed it fleshy food like bits of market prawn or mysis once a week (usually rows of feeding tentacles will extend near night time), and it will be enough to keep it happy.
  6. Hi bro, assuming your tank is already properly cycled, periodical dosing of bacteria is to boost the population of your bacteria so that your system can break down waste more efficiently. Similarly, when a new tank is set up, dosing of bacteria can speed up the process. It is not an absolute necessity, but is good to do it once in a while. Think of it as drinking Yakult or Vitagen... aids digestion
  7. BP Staff "Deeply Affected" By Coffee Spill Parody Video BP's Managing Director, Bob Dudley, reacts to the seeing for the first time the viral hit video "BP Spills Coffee" in a PBS interview. He says that the video has "deeply affected" the staff at BP and it "makes their shoulders go down." From: The Consumerist The video in question lol.
  8. albinosage

    Help ID dog

    Aiyoh you all never think like real men... Only ask to borrow cars? 1. Is she a young lady? 2. If not, does she have any daughters? 3. ??? 4. ♫ Bowchickabowwow ♫ Hahahaha... Joking, bro. Glad you reunited the dog with the owner, that dog is damn adorable!
  9. It is shallow enough to use chopsticks! LOL. Very nice pics btw, forgot to mention earlier. I'm surprised the yumas hold up so well in the IQ3.
  10. Hey Fabian, thanks for sharing your tank pics! You are right, the lighting is insufficient for the LPS (frogspawn and bubble), they look stressed and bleached.
  11. finally get to see your office project, nice collection of frags! Does the Tunze pump fit well in the compartment and is there less heat with this upgrade?
  12. Wow the IQ3 club is growing from strength to strength Personally, my experience with the pico tank has been a pain in the posterior, I was convinced that it is impossible to do anything nice with it (temperature, high evaporation, lighting...). Maybe you could show us more pics of the set up? I'm sure there will be heightened interest in the IQ3 among reefers now that so many of you have come out of hiding to show your tank
  13. Nice FTS bro! Any reason why you changed the configuration of the lights?
  14. He who drums the loudest has the most to hide.

  15. Nice pics so far! Would be awesome if you could share the details of your tank and equipment
  16. Sorry to hear about cookie Adopted strays in Singapore are the sweetest and most loyal dogs you can ever own. You will still miss him, but it won't hurt as much in the weeks to come
  17. MURPHY STRUCK... The green and purple tipped anemone from Lemon started moving around on Friday night, and I just ignored it, thinking it will stop once it is happy. On Saturday, before leaving for a wedding lunch, the BTA was nowhere to be found. On a hunch, I checked the overflow box and there it was, hanging for its dear life. Placed it in the sump as I was in a hurry. As a precaution, I pointed the inlet of the return pump towards the glass wall with a 1mm gap to prevent the anemone from getting sucked in. You guessed it. I returned home to a cloudy tank with the BTA nowhere
  18. Photographers say BP and government officials are preventing them from documenting the impact of the Deepwater Horizon disaster. As BP makes its latest attempt to plug its gushing oil well, news photographers are complaining that their efforts to document the slow-motion disaster in the Gulf of Mexico are being thwarted by local and federal officials—working with BP—who are blocking access to the sites where the effects of the spill are most visible. More than a month into the disaster, a host of anecdotal evidence is emerging from reporters, photographers, and TV crews in which BP and Co
  19. Biologists find 'dead zones' around BP oil spill in Gulf Scientists are confronting growing evidence that BP's ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico is creating oxygen-depleted "dead zones" where fish and other marine life cannot survive. In two separate research voyages, independent scientists have detected what were described as "astonishingly high" levels of methane, or natural gas, bubbling from the well site, setting off a chain of reactions that suck the oxygen out of the water. In some cases, methane concentrations are 100,000 times normal levels. From: Guardian.co.uk
  20. Ah Siang's Brazil vs Netherlands 0 : 1 Uruguay vs Ghana 2 : 1 Kiko's Brazil vs Netherlands 2 : 1 Uruguay vs Ghana 2 : 1 Goondoo's Brazil vs Netherlands 1 : 0 Uruguay vs Ghana 1 : 0 Mossrope's Brazil vs Netherlands 2 : 0 Uruguay vs Ghana 0 : 1 Raydiative's: Brazil vs Netherlands 2 : 1 Uruguay vs Ghana 1 : 0 Binosage's: Brazil vs Netherlands 1 : 1 Uruguay vs Ghana 0 : 1
  21. Whistle blower to testify on oil spill worst fear:BP deliberately sinks oil with Corexit as cover up Testimony before a Senate investigative panel this week is expected to reveal what many have suspected about BP all along; they don’t care about the environment, the animals that are dying, and the lives that are being destroyed by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. In a shocking interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on June 29th, Allegiance Capitol Corporation V.P. Fred McCallister said that BP is deliberately sinking oil with the toxic chemical disbursant Corexit, to hide the size
  22. I think a TDS of 6 to 12 is tolerable if not, good. If I recall correctly, you're from Brunei right? Your air should be cleaner there, so I think the rainwater collected should be cleaner too lol.
  23. You kids and your damn "FAIL" this and "FAIL" that.... Back in 'my days', LOL was a novelty... and we had the ROFLCOPTER! I still don't know why I was so amused back then haha..
  24. Nice FTS (or is it FTV? lol)! Didn't know that iPhone videos can be so sharp. I'm using the old 3G, camera is not one of its virtues haha.
  25. 2 days without football. Time to sleep in and be productive at work.

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